The first of the ninth session of the IP lunch and learn lecture series (3) hosted by CW21 will be launched on Tuesday, Nov 13th at noon.
Light sandwiches and beverages will be provided by RSVP.
Details of the session:
When: Tuesday, Nov 13th at noon
"Intellectual Property Management and Laws are to the Information Technology Revolution what Labour Management and Laws were to the Industrial Revolution. Each permits society to manage and benefit from a period of extraordinary scientific discovery and development. Many of today's succesful companies have embraced and utilise IP to their advantage but the inventor or entrepreneur who ignores these laws is the master of his own demise. But what is IP? What is the difference between a patent, a design and a trademark? Why should technologists and scientists be concerned about laws designed to protect the creative arts? In this first lecture, the fundamentals of IP and the landscape it creates will be explored."
Speaker: Thomas K. Hunter
Please RSVP via ticketfi.com by Nov 6th.
200 University Avenue West
Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1